Ghanaians have been admonished to perform their duties to the best of their abilities in 2015, and leave the rest to God to accomplish.
This is because 2015 will be difficult “but in the midst of all, God will be with us and bless us,” Apostle Richard Buafor, General Overseer of “The Lords Pentecostal Church International (TLPCI) has revealed.
“Not by might, nor by power, but by My Spirit says the Lord Almighty,” Zechariah 4: 6-7, the theme adopted by the Church for 2015, must therefore be the exhortation in the New-Year, he said.
Apostle Buafor was speaking in an interview at the end of the Church’s seven-day intercessory fasting and prayers session for the Church, country and leaders, at its headquarters at Tokokoe-Agbelengor near Ho.
He urged Ghanaians to be patient, enduring and positive minded for the “Lord is with us.”
“It is half-full or half-empty.”
Apostle Buafor said though 2014 has been a difficult year, individuals, groups and the country have some landmarks to their credit.
Meanwhile, the Church ordained some Apostles, Prophets and Prophetesses and Pastors at its “Celebrate Restoration Conference” at the weekend, with an admonishment to them “to preach the word of God, live by what they preach, correct and encourage with great patience and carry the hope and mystery of Jesus Christ into the world.”
The Church also awarded scholarships to five students from Tokokoe, as a social responsibility, and to show its gratitude to the community for being hospitable to the Church since its establishment there in 1961.
The scholarships are tenable from the Junior High School to the tertiary level. GNA